I love the concept of parlays that span across the same game, and I’m even more intrigued by the prospect of striking it big during the Super Bowl. So I’m going to take a look at a few different parlays for Sunday’s Super Bowl LV that have massive odds. Parlays that are going to make everyone scratch their head, but have massive odds that are interesting to see.
Some are going to be a little bit out there, but with any luck we can get lucky. Let’s see how crazy we can get and take a look at some massive Super Bowl LV parlays.
1. 3-Leg Parlay - $25 bet wins $1,684,150
Leg 1: Scotty Miller to Score First Points @ +2800 (Click to bet)
Leg 2: Total Touchdowns Under 3 @ +2200 (Click to bet)
Leg 3: Jason Pierre-Paul to win MVP @ +10000 (Click to bet)
Our first parlay is far and away the most absurd. I’m trying to stick with game trends here, and the trend for our first wager is a low-scoring Tampa Bay win.
The Buccaneers don’t have many advantages over the Chiefs in this one. But, one place in which they are clearly the better team is on defense. The Bucs can stop the run and get after the QB, so I’m going to take their best pass rusher, Jason Pierre-Paul, at absurd 100/1 value to win Super Bowl MVP. Every so often, a defensive player wins the award with a game-breaking play, and JPP is as good of a candidate to do that as any.
Like I said, we’re going low scoring here, so I’m also going to take under three total touchdowns. Is it likely? No, of course not, but there is a non-zero chance that this game is a back-and-forth, low-scoring battle. I’m also adding Scotty Miller to be the first player to score points because I think Brady will rely on Miller, much like he did Julian Edelman, in big spots.
2. 3-Leg Parlay – $25 bet wins $11,360
Leg 1: Any OL or DL to Score a TD @ +800 (Click to bet)
Leg 2: Travis Kelce to Score 3+ TD @ +1000 (Click to bet)
Leg 3: Chiefs -13.5 @ +360 (Click to bet)
We’re coming back down to Earth with our 2nd parlay. The theme here is Chiefs blowout, which I think is probably the most likely outcome of Super Bowl LV anyway.
I REALLY like the price on this OL or DL to score a TD prop. The Chiefs threw a TD pass to Eric Fisher earlier in the year, so you know it’s in the playbook. I know, Fisher isn’t playing, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have another lineman on the roster that can catch. Add the chance of a defensive lineman scoring on either offense or defense, and I love this play.
Travis Kelce will be one of the main focusses for the Chiefs in this game. He’s the best TE in the NFL and he presents matchup nightmares for every team they face. If the Chiefs are running up the score, who is to say Kelce won’t catch three touchdowns? And, if I’m betting on a Chiefs clowout, KC -13.5, just under the football number, seems like a no-brainer at +360.
3. 5-Leg Parlay - $25 bet wins $4,382
Leg 1: Parick Mahomes 400+ Yards Passing @ +370 (Click to bet)
Leg 2: Tom Brady 350+ Yards Passing @ +290 (Click to bet)
Leg 3: Tyreek Hill 125+ Yards Receiving @ +255 (Click to bet)
Leg 4: Mike Evans 100+ Yards Receiving @ +370 (Click to bet)
Leg 5: Total Over 74.5 @ +650 (Click to bet)
I think it’s pretty clear with this one that I’m betting on a shootout. Just an all-out passing game exhibition from two of the game’s greats. While it’s not likely, it’s within the realm of possibility.
Patrick Mahomes can light up any defense in the league, and Tom Brady is already the current record holder for most passing yards in a Super Bowl, and that was in 2018. If this game gets out of hand, Tyreek Hill and Mike Evans are likely to see double-digit targets. They’re two completely different players, but they can both go off at any time.
Finally, the total. I was actually surprised to see the value you can get on alternate total lines. I don’t think both of these teams getting 38+ points is that much of a longshot and I think +650 presents real value.